About Our Residence Halls

Our housing brings students together with community building programs and provides well-equipped facilities. We continue to modernize and update residence halls each year to ensure they are comfortable for students. Here’s a brief look at each of our residence halls:

Cubley, Reynolds, Ross, Brooks (Quad)

These four residence halls are connected in an "H" pattern and are often referred to as the Quad. Students also refer to them as Cubley-Reynolds and Ross-Brooks. Each hall has four floors (one residence advisor [RA] per floor), with 12 to 25 rooms per floor. Bathrooms are located at either end of each floor. Each room accommodates two people, which averages about 24 to 50 first-year students per floor. Rooms feature laminate flooring and neutral walls and are fully furnished with your basic needs: beds, desks, built-in dressers, window drapes and closets.

The Quad RA Office, laundry service, Quad 200 (classroom/tutoring center), and Ross-Brooks Cafe (commonly referred to as "RoBro") are located in the center "core" of the Quad.

Hamlin-Powers

This complex is home to about 50 students per floor (first-year and upper-class). Hamlin-Powers is comprised of four-story buildings with one RA per floor; double and single occupancy rooms are available. The bathrooms are located at either end of the floors. Each room in the Hamlin-Powers complex is a carpeted 16' x 11'18" living space, and furnishings include beds, desks, dressers and closets. Rooms on the fourth floor are not carpeted.

Moore House

Moore House has both traditional and standalone suites. The traditional suites are located in the wings on floors 1 through 3. Standalone suites are located in the center core of the building. Although most of the traditional and standalone suites are double occupancy, there are a few single occupancy suites. Moore also has its own lounge, laundry rooms on each floor and communal kitchens. Rooms are furnished with beds, desks, dressers and closets.

Graham Hall

Graham Hall consists of four separate wings: Wilson, Van Note, Donahue and Olson. Each wing houses 60 mostly upper-class students (20 per floor) with one RA per wing. Rooms are set up as suites: two bedrooms with a shared private bathroom that easily accommodates two students per bedroom (four per suite). Each room in Graham Hall has laminate flooring and rooms are furnished with beds, desks, chests and closets. In addition, each floor has its own common lounge and laundry services are located in the basement.

The Student Administration Service (SAS) Office is also located in the center "core" of Graham Hall.

Weston's Apartments

Weston's is located above the University Bookstore downtown. There is an RA for the apartments, which are overseen by The Clarkson Inn.

Price Hall

The hall consists of four separate wings: Farrisee, Thomas, Newell and Ormsby. Newell and Ormsby are used by The Clarkson School and Honors Office. Each wing houses 60 mostly upper-class students (20 per floor) with one RA per wing; rooms are set up as suites. These suites are two bedrooms with a shared private bathroom and can easily accommodate two students per bedroom (four per suite). Each room in Price Hall has laminate flooring and is furnished with beds, desks, dressers and closets. In addition, each floor has its own common lounge, and laundry service is located in the center "core."

Woodstock Village

Located near the Science Center, Woodstock Village comprises 10 apartment buildings, with 10 units per building. The apartments vary from two- to seven-bedroom apartments. Although most apartments have single rooms, there are several apartments with double rooms. Each unit includes beds, desks, built-in wardrobes, dressers, a refrigerator, a stove, and living and dining room furniture. Your are responsible for providing your own kitchenware, cookware and linens. These apartments have laminated floors, and communal laundry facilities are located in Buildings 1, 4 and 6. The Woodstock Village houses upper-class students and our International Village Living/Learning Community.

Riverside Apartments

Located across from the entrance to B.H. Snell Hall, Riverside comprises 24 fully carpeted apartments, 12 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom, each with a kitchen, living room and bathroom. Students are responsible for providing their own kitchenware, cookware and linens as each apartment includes beds, desks, dressers, closets, a refrigerator, a stove and living and dining room furniture. This complex has communal laundry facilities. Each apartment houses four upper-class students.

Townhouse Apartments

Located near the Center for Advanced Material Processing (CAMP), Townhouse Apartments has 52 two-bedroom units that house four students per unit and feature a kitchen, living room and bathroom. You are responsible for providing your own kitchenware, cookware and linens. Each apartment includes furnishings of beds, desks, built-in wardrobes, chests, a refrigerator, a stove, and living and dining room furniture. This complex has communal laundry facilities and houses upper-class students.

*No apartment personalization (painting, lofts, waterbeds, structural changes, etc.) is permitted in any residence hall.
 

What to bring with you

Room essentials:

  • Bed sheets and blankets – twin extra long sheets (mattress is 36" x 80"), pillow
  • Trash can – we provide the recycling bin for you… After all, 84 percent of household waste is recyclable.
  • Towels – bath towels are a must and hand towels help reduce paper towel use in the dorms.
  • Toiletries – shower sandals and supplies, health products, bathroom caddy
  • Clothes and hangers, hanging closet organizer
  • Personal fan – optional


Things to help you work:

  • Desk organizer
  • General school supplies
  • Desk lamp with compact fluorescent light bulb
  • Headphones to enjoy your music

 

 

Electronics and related:

  • EPEAT-certified computer and flash drive. A laptop computer is recommended (it takes less space in your dorm and helps provide a mobile work environment).
  • Ethernet cable/TV cable – we provide the jack in wall
  • Energy Star appliances – Wait until you get your roommate assignments to coordinate these!
  • Smart power strip – shuts off power when you aren’t using your electronics
  • Entertainment (books, music, games)
  • Cell phone
  • Alarm clock
  • Camera


Miscellaneous:

  • Laundry bag and laundry detergent for cold water washing, small dish soap
  • Sewing kit
  • Reusable coffee/travel mug and water bottle
  • Reusable bowl/plate and utensils for any in-room eating
  • Storage containers – suggestion from a student: Pack your clothes in one or two large solid plastic bins. The bins can be used for storage and as a laundry hamper once you get here, and you will not have to find space for empty suitcases.

Please do not bring

  • Air conditioner
  • Halogen lamp
  • Toaster oven
  • Full-size refrigerator
  • Space heater
  • Zip cord
  • Waterbed
  • Charcoal/gas grill
  • Candles, incense
  • String lights or extension cords

(This is not a complete list and is subject to change)

Residence Hall Accommodations

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Vending Machines
Vending machines are located in some of the residence and academic buildings and offer soft drinks, candy, gum, nuts, etc. Most are located in game rooms, lounges or hall areas. 

Mail
Mail is delivered directly to the campus mail room, which is located in the Student Center, Monday through Saturday, excluding any legal holidays. All students have their own box number for mail delivery. All packages can be picked up at the mail room during posted hours with proper identification. The University also offers shipping service.

Cable TV 
Basic cable TV service is available in each room in the residence halls and in each campus apartment. Additional cable is available to students for a fee and must be arranged by directly contacting Time Warner. Student residents are responsible for the proper use of this service and equipment and are liable for damages in the event of misuse.

Network Access
All residence hall rooms have individual student access to the University's network. Personal use of the network is governed by the University's Information Systems Acceptable Use Policy.

Parking
On-campus parking is provided in certain lots. More information about parking can be found on the Campus Safety's parking site.

Bicycle Racks
Bicycle racks are located outside of each residence hall.

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